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aldehyde in chemistry, any of a group of organic compounds, such as formaldehyde, the molecule of which contains a terminal carbon atom bound separately to a hydrogen and an oxygen atom.
bind the act of binding or state of being bound. [1/13 definitions]
bindery a place where books are bound.
birch a rod or bound twigs from this tree, used as a whip. [2/5 definitions]
blackboard eraser an object made of bound layers of felt used for erasing chalk from a blackboard.
blood brother a person to whom one is bound by strong ties of friendship and loyalty or by a ceremonial commingling of blood. [1/2 definitions]
bonded of two or more surfaces of material, bound together firmly. [1/3 definitions]
bondman a male bound as a slave or serf; bond servant.
bond servant one who is bound as a slave or serf. [2 definitions]
book a collection of bound paper sheets, usu. containing written or printed words. [2/12 definitions]
bounce a rebound or bound. [1/10 definitions]
bundle an assemblage of things that have been tied, bound, or packaged together. [1/6 definitions]
caper1 a playful bound or leap. [1/4 definitions]
close tightly knit or bound together. [1/24 definitions]
corded bound, tied, or restrained with a cord or cords. [1/4 definitions]
cosmopolitan one who is not bound by local prejudices and customs and is at ease in most areas and countries; cosmopolite. [1/3 definitions]
crowd a particular social group of an undetermined size, bound together by common interests or activities. [1/8 definitions]
deoxidize to remove oxygen from, esp. by freeing chemically bound oxygen.
dioxide a compound containing two atoms of oxygen bound to a single atom of another element.
ducking stool a former means of punishment consisting of a chair in which offenders were bound and then repeatedly plunged into water.
eukaryote an organism composed of a cell or cells that contain a membrane-bound nucleus. (Cf. prokaryote.)